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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 18, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaIt a v suspect identified a nurse Kathleen of Connor who was asked by or. Leroy Smith to get him a copy of a newspaper article describing speck s tattoos holds copy of paper she brought him. Or. Smith identified Richard Franklin speck 24, suspect in the slaying of eight student nurses in Chicago. Up telephoto guard still patrols West Side again Calm in Chicago the very end of a sweltering heat wave when police ordered closed a fire hydrant which negro youths had opened to provide some Relief from the heat. Israel asks u. N. Action Jerusalem up a Premier Levi Eshkol has issued a formal Call to the United nations to take action to secure a permanent peace Between Israel and its Arab neighbors. Eshkol. Reporting to the Cabinet on thursdays air strike against syrians working on the Jordan River diversion project also urged the arabs to cease their acts of terrorism against Israel. Eshkol called on the United nations to take whatever action necessary to secure a permanent peace in the Middle East by replacing general armistice agreements now in effect Between Israel and the Arab states with stronger peace pacts. Syrian planes buzzed the Border sunday but did not Cross into israeli territory. Israeli officials recalled that the Damascus government had vowed to a a teach Israel a lessons and did not Rule out the possibility of more1 Border incidents. Thursdays attack was in Quot retaliation for earlier syrian raids and terrorist actions Israel claimed. A a Irtz Meany w w ill speak Washington up a sen Edward m. Kennedy d-mass., labor Secretary w. Willard Wirtz and Al Cio president George Meany will address the 33rd annual convention of the american newspaper Guild opening Here next. Monday. More than 220 delegates Are expected to attend the convention. The Guild represents 35.000 editorial and commercial department employees of newspapers. News magazines and wire services in the United states Canada and puerto Rico. Training experts to install operate them soviet bloc readying missiles for n. Viets London up a authoritative sources said Here today the soviet bloc was readying major consignments of missiles for North Viet Nam and of experts to install or possibly even operate them. The missiles Are the first fresh supplies under the terms of last weeks Warsaw pact decision to step up Aid to Hanoi including a a volunteers if to Chi Minh asks for them. The reliable sources said the experts will primarily instruct the communist North vietnamese in the use of the missiles russians have been supplying according to the reports was but they May for the first time also help to operate them. This move if carried out could bring the United states and Russia into direct military confrontation. There was however no firm indication so far of the future role of these experts. To Date russians have not actively participated in Viet Nam military operations. Soviet experts have been confined to training the North vietnamese in the use of weapons the a. Electric l Nion Confer Johnstown a. Up a tired May 25, workers have the soviet bloc agreed in Bucharest a week ago on a major joint Aid program to Hanoi. Reports from the authoritative sources said communist Aid which has been going to Hanoi for some time is now ostensibly being coordinated and the signs Are that it is being considerably stepped up. Apparently a preparations in principle Are also being made for the dispatch of volunteers in an emergency though no imminent move was anticipated. What did appear certain. An immediate increase in the dispatch of russian a a experts and a advisers a to the North vietnamese. The North vietnamese reportedly have not shown themselves very efficient in the use of sophisticated soviet supplied weapons including antiaircraft missiles. Or. Herbert j. Bell optometrist eyes examined 1964 n. Olden ave. Trenton . Pm. 883 4407 394 5233 bar gainers for the intimation Al brotherhood of electrical workers Ibex and the Pennsylvania electric co. Resume contract talks today in an Effort to Avert another walkout of employees in three of its four divisions. Pen elec serves 450,000 customers in 31 counties in Northwestern and Central Pennsylvania. Members of local 180 of the utilities workers Union who operate pen elec s Eastern division. Ratified a new two year agreement during the weekend. The local represents 350 employees in Altoona Bedford Evansburg Huntingdon Lewis town and Shippensburg. Federal mediator Clair Rel Ogle was scheduled to take part in pen elec s talks with the Ibex which represents 1,450 workers in Warren. Johnstown. Erie Seward Shawville Saxton and Williamsburg. Since their old contract sex failed to ratify three agreements reached by the company and the Ibex systems Council. The Council recommended acceptance. Two Short walkouts have been staged a one lasted one Day june 3. And another on june 28. Lasted 10 minutes. Terms of the agreements were not disclosed. Xm., Pomeroy or l. M. Rudolph a optometrist Bucks county s Only a comply a optical Center charge or budget w1 5-0558 we 5-5000 a a Pomeroy s second floor Register now for fall term a electronic technology a drafting amp design a data processing amp computer technology a ism key punch a executive secretarial science Day or eve. Classes Send for Catalon free placement service personal interviews or is saw Biddle Chicago up the streets of Chicago a West Side today were Calm once More three straight nights of patrolling by National guard troops apparently had taken the steam out of Youthful rioters who ran wild last week. Only six arrests were reported sunday night in the area in which two persons were shot to death dozens injured and hundreds arrested during three nights of rioting last week. Maj. Gen. Francis p. Kane commander of the 33rd infantry division pulled 1,238 of his troops off the streets at Midnight sunday and relieved them of further duty. Another 2.900 men remained on Active duty. Of these 1,485 patrolled there was Little for the guardsmen to do sunday night. Only a few scattered incidents of Defiance were reported. In one of these soldiers used their Rifle Butts to break up a Small gathering. No gunfire was reported anywhere in the area. Some guardsmen played basketball in a flood lit staging area and others lounged against buildings chatting with negro passersby. The scene was far different m the Middle of last week when police braved Molotov cocktails bricks and sniper bullets in a desperate attempt to control roving gangs of negro youths. The Call out of the guard Friday night Pul the lid on. Taverns. Liquor stores and allowed to night. City West Side streets until 3 .,spool Halls were today. Reopen sunday Cenen Kane said patrols workers also installed spin would resume tonight. Klers on fire hydrants in the at 2 ., the number of area and a portable plastic policeman on duty in the riot swimming Pool in the Park near area was out from 700 to 500. Where the riots began with Only 100 men on the Street the disturbances started at part Hopes dim u. S. Air travellers face new troubles Washington up a meeting under the threat that while lagging negotiations the Union would walk away showed Little Promise of ending from the bargaining table. The nations biggest airline strike thousands of exasperated air travellers today faced new troubles. In Dallas it was reported some airlines still flying were beginning to cancel flights because boosted schedules were taking a heavy toll of equipment. Nearly All flights to new York and Chicago were late leaving. Aircraft were being pulled out of service for repairs that in some cases were taking a Long time. Mechanics were just too overloaded to get them a fixed representatives of the inter a National association of machinists 1am and the five struck airlines scheduled talks again today at 10 30 . Edt. In addition to what a labor department spokesman called a extremely slow movement a toward settling their differ in j Ces the negotiators were j in a Side Issue the i am s chief spokesman Joseph w. Ramsey alleged one of the airlines involved was soliciting paying passengers under the Guise of military Charters. He said the actions by Northwest airlines were a. Violation of a strike agreement to continue service Only for a authorized military the airline has not commented on the Issue. W. Scott Taylor surgical Center Haines a. Shopping Plata be Vii town Pawl s-2m4 trusses Back braces hos vital Beds elastic Stock Ings wheel chairs patient aids colostomy sets traction sets. Collars summer hours daily 1� . T . Close wednesday saturday 1� A 1 . 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